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2015/07/04 13:39
2015/07/04 13:39
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It’s the same with the state Public Utilities Commission these days as with almost everything else: by the time state legislators notice something is a problem, things are so bad, so extreme that...
2015/07/04 13:39
2015/07/04 13:39
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2015/07/02 07:58
2015/07/02 07:58
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When Gov. Jerry Brown signed a budget last year that included $2.5 million to renovate the historic Governor’s Mansion in downtown Sacramento, his office said he had “no immediate plans” to move...
2015/07/01 05:58
2015/07/01 05:58
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California figured prominently, albeit indirectly, in the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent high-profile decisions on Obamacare, same-sex marriages and congressional redistricting. Justice Antonin Scalia...
2015/06/28 05:02
2015/06/28 05:02
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Thomas M. Goethals, a devout man with a keen appreciation for history, wrote to the White House so that his wife, a professional decorator and three-time cancer survivor, could help put up Christmas...
2015/06/27 04:44
2015/06/27 04:44
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SACRAMENTO — After Jerry Brown first became governor, he refused to live in the newly constructed governor’s residence outside Sacramento – preferring instead to spend his two terms in a modest...
2015/06/18 05:23
2015/06/18 05:23
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California's drought has a silver lining: Water is cleaner at beaches all over the state because there's little pollution runoff, according to a new report released Wednesday. And Bay Area ocean...
2015/06/17 21:28
2015/06/17 21:28
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Thumbs up for the current state fiscal year ending with a surplus, estimated to be about $8 billion. Thumbs up also for leaders resisting extravagant new expenditures. But thumbs down for the...
2015/06/15 15:21
2015/06/15 15:21
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Barely a week before the 2003 recall election that targeted California’s governor, a team of Los Angeles Times journalists led by Editor John S. Carroll put the finishing touches on a story that they...
2015/06/14 16:52
2015/06/14 16:52
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L.A. Times Editor John Carroll addresses the audience at the CNN/Los Angeles Times Democratic Presidential Primary Debate at USC in 2004. (Credit: Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times) L.A. Times Editor...
2015/06/14 13:53
2015/06/14 13:53
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The gig: Since April 2014, Maria Contreras-Sweet, 59, has been running the U.S. Small Business Administration as a member of President Obama's cabinet. She was born in Guadalajara, Mexico, and came to...
2015/06/12 23:44
2015/06/12 23:44
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Sacramento — The Capitol’s longest-running conflict pits business against four liberal groups – labor unions, consumer advocates, personal injury attorneys and environmentalists. The latter have...
2015/06/12 03:58
2015/06/12 03:58
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Three years ago, Gov. Jerry Brown added “wall of debt” to the political lexicon. As he defined it, the wall was $33 billion in debt that the state had accumulated over the previous half-decade to...
2015/06/10 04:58
2015/06/10 04:58
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The Capitol’s longest-running conflict pits business against four liberal groups – labor unions, consumer advocates, personal injury attorneys and environmentalists. The latter have agendas and look...
2015/06/08 03:58
2015/06/08 03:58
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The enormous Mickey Mouse balloon had already descended from floating over the California state Capitol grounds when Jessie Mobley’s 4th-grade class walked by the governor’s office and spotted Mickey...
2015/06/06 04:26
2015/06/06 04:26
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... and teachers are not factory workers. Good peaches and good students must be grown slow. Trees and young minds are certainly not machines. Just as there’s an art to farming, there’s an art to...
2015/06/04 20:17
2015/06/04 20:17
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A three-year-old, well-connected San Francisco startup has signed a contract to buy and install a whopping 500 megawatt hours worth of grid batteries from Tesla. That size of deal is the equivalent of...
2015/07/04 13:39
2015/07/04 13:39
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